Some of the most stressful and exciting periods in life are the times you pack up all of your belongings and move. Whether it’s across town or across state lines, there is no shortage of items on your to-do-list.
More than ever, homeowners are looking for houses with open floor plans. But the reality is that most houses built in the 70’s and 80’s have walled off rooms.
Whether you’re spending time with friends and family or having a big, blowout barbecue in your backyard, there are countless ways you can show your pride and love for your country.
With Independence Day fast approaching, you may be scrambling to put your July 4th barbecue together. Maybe you’re not quite sure on what to serve, how much food to buy, and which accommodations you should have, but one thing is certain: you are likely to be caught off-guard by a guest’s behavior or expectations.
Did you know that the average American uses about 300 gallons of water per day? This often results in a costly water bill that may be as high as $70 – a number that can dramatically increase in the summer months.
Moving into a new home isn’t an easy feat: with an ever-growing list of things to do and belongings to pack, there’s little room for error.
As a homeowner, few things are as unsettling as a crime happening in or in proximity to your neighborhood. Wherever you live, you may already be taking steps to ensure that no harm befalls you or your family.
No matter where you live or where you’re planning to move, there’s a neighborhood for you. If you’re in the market for a new home and are looking for waterfront properties in particular, you may find yourself discouraged by steep prices, overcrowding, and constant development.
Sprucing up your guest bedroom doesn’t have be a chore: even just a few minor and budget-friendly additions can make the room feel more inviting, even like a ‘home away from home’ for guests.
No matter where you live, chances are you’re preparing your garden for the summer months. Not all plants are made for the sweltering temperatures, and in areas where water shortages are frequent, this can mean that your garden won’t look as lush and colorful as you’d like.
The boxes of belongings are ready, you’ve got all the supplies and manpower you need, and you finally decided to take the leap: you’re ready for your garage sale.
Getting sucked into a fictional world is part of the experience of watching a television show. Over the course of many weeks, as you’re pulled deeper and deeper into a fantasy land, you start imagining that your life really _could _be like that of the characters in your favorite TV shows.
If you own a phone, chances are you've experienced this scenario: you get a call or text from an unknown caller I.D., but you notice that both the area code and the first three digits of the unfamiliar number match yours. Your intuition tells you to answer: if the number is local, it must be someone you know -- but when you do, it's a telemarketer, scammer, or robocaller.